juliet clark principal planner
Associate, Planning

Juliet joined Bidwells in September 2017 as a specialist economics / town planner.  She has 8 years’ research and town planning experience working for a public and private sector clients. 

Juliet joined Bidwells in September 2017 as a specialist economics / town planner.  She has 8 years’ research and town planning experience working for a public and private sector clients.


Juliet joined Bidwells to help grow the socio-economics services within the town planning team. Juliet undertakes socio-economic assessments for a wide range of development proposals; from new towns to coastal regeneration projects. She blends property market experience with planning to provide informed and market ready advice to clients with a specialism in community infrastructure development.


Previously, Juliet has worked as a Town Planner in the Regeneration team at GVA Grimley, delivering major regeneration projects in Bath and monitoring development performance of Government funded regeneration schemes. Prior to this, at Llewelyn-Davis architecture and planning practise Juliet worked on Government research projects including the Welsh Airport Study, an Industrial Strategy for Park Royal, community infrastructure planning for Kent Thameside as well as providing housing and employment land advice to a number of local authorities. Juliet’s research and property market analysis skills were initiated at Healey and Baker where she worked for two years as a Business Space Researcher.


Since joining Bidwells, Juliet has delivered socio-economic assessments and advice to clients for the purposes of EIA and the development of new communities.



  • Socio-economic impact assessments of development proposals.
  • Community infrastructure strategies for new town and large developments, covering health, education, public open space, children’s play areas, sports facilities and community buildings, aiming at creating sustainable communities.
  • Socio-economic analysis and inputs for urban regeneration schemes.
  • Experience in financial, social and economic appraisal of regeneration schemes to demonstrate their compliance with their grant funding conditions.
  • Project co-ordination and research inputs to Central Government commissioned studies to inform national planning policy.
  • Economic development and planning advice to public and private sector clients including developers, land owners, local government and other agencies in relation to residential, industrial and mixed-use development proposals

Recent projects

North Uttlesford Garden Community:

  • Juliet has produced a community infrastructure needs assessment for a new 5000 home community in Uttlesford District. This covered heath, education, public open space, sport and community facilities and included a comprehensive review of provision standards typical used in CI provision.
  • Researched and prepared a strategy for employment at the new settlement, involving new research park, local office and industrial land, homeworking, retail development and community infrastructure related employment

Tong Garden Community:

  • Juliet has reviewed the range of local, regional and national economic strategies for the West Midlands, to understand the commercial land market and jobs needs for the area, for the purposes of understanding the potential employment opportunities that could be delivered by a new garden community in the M54 corridor.

Great Ryburgh Maltings

  • Juliet has undertaken a baseline assessment of the economic factors relevant to an extension of the malting works.
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